A little something on incubating serama eggs and why you have such poor results.
In the past i have had those smartpants who were consistent on telling me i was doing it all SO wrong. Even though i had better results unlike anyone else.
And this is why.
The setting for my incubator are 38C°
The setting for humidity are 70%. Starting from day one!
Once i hear them peeping and see eggs being pecked i add two more little water containers. Additional to the big one who was already in there.
Humidity is getting increased and is balancing between 80-90% when hatching.
Here is a little logic:
(1)What is the origine country of the Serama?....Malaysia indeed.
(2)What is the average temperature in Malaysia?....30C°-34C°
(3)What is the ambient humidity in Malaysia? ....which is various, but easely between 86% to almost 100%
Guess that explains a lot, right?
My incubator is a MS50 (in case you were wondering)
Good luck hatching :)